Jerry Seinfeld has confirmed that a reunion of his '90s sitcom is in the works.
Speculation began when Jerry and Jason Alexander were spotted earlier this month walking into Tom's Diner on Manhattan's Upper West Side -- the eatery the duo frequented in the hit show.
On a New York sports radio talk show, Jerry divulged a few more details about the project, though he refused to give too much away. He said the duo weren't filming a commercial or an episode of his hit Web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. But he did reveal that Jason reprised his role as George Constanza while they filmed in the diner, that the "secret project" involves Seinfeld co-creator Larry David and that more of the show's characters are also involved.
Jerry called it a "short-ish"-form project, but said it's longer than 60 seconds and will go public "very very soon." He also said it's most likely a "one-and-done" deal.